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A NEW GENERATION OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
The Agricultural Sciences Research Complex building will house the most current research instrumentation while offering flexible spaces to adjust to future research needs. The building will provide a new home for the departments of entomology and plant pathology; horticulture; and crop, soil, and environmental sciences.
About the Transformation Garden Project
At 16 acres, the Transformation Garden will envelop Auburn’s Old Rotation, to reflect all of plant-based agriculture including fruits, vegetables, ornamentals and row crops. It will be the largest classroom and research lab on the Auburn University campus. Encompassing every aspect of plant-based agriculture, the garden will feature everything from container farms to row crops to landscaping and more.
We have even partnered with AU Campus Dining to feed our university community through this innovative, one-of-a-kind project.
About The Comer 150 Campaign
Plans are laid to gut the interior of Comer Hall at Auburn University — while retaining her historic façade — to allow the interior to meet the needs of current and future faculty, staff and students.
We invite you to become a stakeholder in the initiatives that will help to assure Auburn’s place among the institutions that will shape the 21st century.
Endowed funds for excellence as well as annual gifts to the College of Agriculture and our academic programs allow us to provide a high quality educational experience and fulfill our mission of research, instruction and outreach.